National Construction Diversity Awards 2011
Nomination in Excellence by a Large Company category
These awards recognise excellence in equality, diversity and inclusion work by construction-related companies on a national basis.
Business in the Community Big Tick Regional Awards for Excellence 2011
Lend Lease was awarded a Big Tick award at the London Regional Awards for Excellence
This award recognises and celebrates those companies that have shown innovation, creativity and a sustained commitment to corporate responsibility. The event attracted over 200 of Britain’s senior business leaders. It focused on a theme of Work Inclusion with an emphasis on the Business Action on Homelessness campaign and Business in the Community’s reducing re-offending programme.
BITC Awards for Excellence 2011
Lend Lease was awarded the overall Example of Excellence prize for BeOnsite in the Norse Commercial Services Work Inclusion Award category
This ceremony is Business in the Community’s annual responsible business awards. The Awards for Excellence are a prestigious annual showcase of the UK’s best responsible businesses in action. The awards highlight the best examples of the positive impact businesses are having in the environment, amongst their employees, through supply chains and in the local communities in which they operate.
National Skills Academy for Construction London 2012 Awards
Be Onsite named Exemplar Project
The Athletes’ Village was lauded as an exemplar project by Construction Skills at the National Skills Academy for Construction London 2012 awards. Be Onsite’s work in partnership with the dedicated Athletes’ Village (AV) community development manager saw the project deliver multiple Employment and Skills outcomes. Lend Lease was singled out as having championed from the front and ensured that the principle of being ‘employer-led’ has been maintained.
Project NoWaste, an initiative originally developed and piloted jointly by Be Onsite and Dr Uly Ma of Greenfile Developments won the Special Achievements Award for the Athletes’ Village.
In addition, Be Onsite graduate Leon Grant, now a mechanical supervisor, was the winner of the Outstanding Apprenticeship Achievement Award at the event, a category entered by apprentices from all over the Olympic project.